Queen Consort Camilla ‘danced unnoticed at Abba gig days before Christmas with grandchildren’December 31, 2022
Queen Consort Camilla is said to have secretly attended and "danced unnoticed" at the popular Abba Voyage show days before Christmas.
Camilla, 75, is said to have taken her five grandchildren to the virtual gig held at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a "festive treat".
According to the Daily Mail, the Queen Consort could be seen "bopping in the aisles" at the show, which features virtual avatars otherwise known as "ABBAtars" depicting the band as they appeared in 1977.
Camilla is said to be an Abba fan and in 2004 she attended a fundraising royal gala performance of Mamma Mia! with King Charles III.
It comes as Camilla enjoyed an A-list festive lunch earlier this month while she and Charles are said to have hosted one of the biggest gatherings of the Royal Family at Christmas.
Elsewhere, Royal author Katie Nicoll believes King Charles will "quickly" get the ground running on his "five year plan" during the preluding months to his May coronation.
Speaking exclusively to OK! to discuss Charles' prospects for his reign, Katie – writer of 'The New Royals' – explains: "Because of his age alone, we know that Charles is going to be a transitional king.
"He may have 10 years, he may have 20 years, but what we know from the incredible manifesto speech he gave following the Queen’s death is that he plans to serve for his whole life.
"So he’s echoed his mother’s dedication. I think he has the good of his subjects very much at the front of everything he does.
"That is the core of who he is and what he will do as king.
"As the longest-serving Prince of Wales we’ve ever had, he therefore comes to the throne as the most experienced heir apparent and I really think that’s going to pay off in his role as king."
Katie also references the Investiture speech that Charles made in September, which say he acknowledge the achievements he carried out as Prince of Wales and the future responsibilities of his son William, who assumed that role upon The Queen's death.
"He has also acknowledged that he knows his role is going to change," Katie adds. "But I don’t think that means he’s going to become a completely different man because he’s king.
"The issues that have been important to him will continue to be important to him – issues such as the environment and young people. They have always been his raison d’être."
Katie also recalls being told of the plans that Charles and his w ife Camilla, Queen Consort, have made as a couple to put the spotlight on the vulnerable sectors of society, adding, "I think that’s very much going to be a focus."
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